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Winners of 2018 Diversity Contest

Winners of 2018 Diversity Contest

Winners of the 2018 Diversity Contest: Through Another’s Eyes

The theme for the 2018 Diversity Contest was Through Another’s Eyes. Students were asked to engage in an experience that represented a different view than their own and then express that experience through writing, art or performance.

Projects were accepted in two areas: (1) written expression, (2) arts and performance.

Thank you to all students who participated. Below are the winning entries. First-place winners in each category receive $1,500. Second-place winners in each category receive $1,000, and third-place winners receive $500.

Written Expression

First place

Under the Bridge” by Amberly Choate of Corryton

Second place

On Humanity” by Dustin Stitt of Clinton

Third place

(Un)settled” by Makayla Holguin of Clinton

Art and performance

First place

“Forgotten” by Rachel Pearson of Kingston

Drawing of a perspective hallway. The focus is of a fully drawn individual sitting in a wheelchair. Behind the wheelchair are three individuals that appear to be a man, woman and child, however their faces are blank.

Second place

Life…In Ja” by Angelina Martin of Crossville

Third place

“Homeless man in Knoxville” by Kevin Rodriguez of Oak Ridge

Photograph of a homeless man with a cart. The background is a city street with parked cars.

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